Featured on 60 Minutes, The LA Times, The NY Times, NBC 4 NY, etc. Dr. Ralph Moss!

Hey, Friend! 😊 Happy weekend! 🐶 If you remember a little while back I interviewed Dr. Ralph Moss, who is both a cancer survivor and cancer researcher. I did not mention that he has been interviewed by 60 Minutes, NBC 4 NY, CBS in San Francisco, the President of Penn State and his work has been covered in the NY Times, the LA Times and Science Magazine! He has also published in several medical journals and other publications, including: The Lancet, a world-renowned peer-reviewed medical journal; The Journal of the National Cancer Institute; The Journal of Clinical Oncology; The Journal of the American Medical Association; New Scientist; Immunobiology; Pharmacological Research; Anticancer Research; Genetic Engineering News; Research in Complementary Medicine; The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine; Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics and Integrative Cancer Therapies, of which he is Corresponding Editor. His invited op-ed “Patents Over Patients” appeared in the New York Times as well.

He is also the author of the following documentaries: The award-winning PBS documentary The Cancer War; A Special Gift: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi; Man’s Best Friends (Frontline); and Second Opinion (starring). Dr. Moss was also a founding advisor to: The National Institutes of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine (now the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, NCCIH) and The NIH Cancer Advisory Panel on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAP-CAM). He's been a voice for the incredibly unjust and ruthless bias of the medical establishment and media that ruins reputations of legitimate treatment options and cancer concepts, though he graciously lectured for Grand Rounds at the institution he left in the 1970s after blowing the whistle on the suppression of their lab's Laetrile research results.

With such an incredible resume, Dr. Moss can certainly be called a cancer expert! His perspective is objective and research-based rather than based on emotions, which can hinder proper thinking, especially when a person experiences harsh or unjust treatment from doctors or staff like Moss did when he went through prostate cancer treatment and I did when I had melanoma. One of my favorite lines from our interview was this: "It's not necessary to politicize this and form sides to fight against each other." We have to keep the peace in the cancer community! There's no benefit to opposing another "side" - rather, we really need to work together to solve the cancer puzzle. We need everyone involved! So what does someone with such experience and expertise recommend for cancer treatment? The main topic we discussed was whether to use conventional or alternative treatments or both, and when. Dr. Moss concluded that for most people, in the middle stages of cancer, both conventional and alternative treatments at the same time typically yield the best results. If a person has very early or late stage cancer, in which the doctors say their treatments can't help, and if the person has the resources available, "then it makes sense [to use alternative treatments,]" Dr. Moss said.

And which alternative treatments did Dr. Moss recommend? The most well-researched, best data-backed alternative treatment was Coley's toxins. Bingo! This is one of the treatments I received in Mexico, which I have seen many times as a factor in remission cases in the Spontaneous Remission Project and sometimes in people I've met. Where can you get alternative treatments such as Coley's toxins? Dr. Moss recommended getting treatment at an Austrian clinic where a colleague of his, Dr. Kleef, works (they have worked with mutual patients and published 2 peer-reviewed articles together), however I am also familiar with St. Andrew's Clinic and CHIPSA, which offer Coley's in Tijuana, Mexico. I usually recommend St. Andrew's over CHIPSA because of the price and the opportunity to work one-on-one with Gar Hilden